Celebration of city music scene
A music festival organised by Oxfam took place in Bath over the weekend.
The national, month-long event Oxjam, was organised by volunteers to celebrate the local music scene while at the same time raising money for a good cause.
It took place on Saturday and the Bath fundraising team decided to bring together musicians and artists at a number of venues across the city.
Running from 3pm to 3am, there were gigs at Moles, The Porter, Revolution, Baroque and Ye Olde Farmhouse featuring acts such as Scout Killers, Bohemian Embassy, The Flamenco Thief, Laws of Motion, Port Erin and The Rhubarbs.
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The event was held on a voluntary basis, with all organisers, performers, venues, and sponsors providing time, talent, skills, and donations in order to make it happen.
Festival manager Alison Lewis thanked everyone who had given their support to make it work.
She said: "We are so happy that local businesses such as Minuteman Press and Artizan have been instrumental to the success of our event."